Tampa Bay quarterback Mike Glennon had another solid fantasy outing against the Ravens on Sunday. Glennon threw for 314 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. Baltimore did a great job of getting pressure on Glennon but the second-year quarterback and the Buccaneers were playing from behind most of the game, which means they had to throw more. Tampa Bay’s offense will be playing from behind in most games this year, so as long as Glennon starts he will be a QB2.
There is no doubt that wide receiver Vincent Jackson is Mike Glennon’s favorite target. He was targeted a team-high 13 times against the Ravens, just one week removed from a 144 yard performance against the Steelers. However, Jackson only managed to haul in four of those 12 targets for just 66 yards. It wasn’t an efficient day for Jackson, but he still managed to get fantasy owners six points. He’s a very solid WR2 play with Glennon at the helm.
Rookie receiver Mike Evans was the best Buccaneers best fantasy receiver against the Ravens. He caught four passes for 55 yards and a touchdown. Vincent Jackson continues to dominate the targets, but Evans has scored in the last two games he played in. Evans hasn’t caught more than four passes in any of his last four games so it’s best to leave him on the bench until he catches more balls.
Tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins turned in the best fantasy performance of his career against the Ravens on Sunday. The rookie caught four passes for 58 yards just a week after dropping two passes against the Saints. He’s a player to keep an eye on because of his high upside, but he isn’t anything more than a TE2 at this time.
It was an absolutely miserable day for the Buccaneers defense against Baltimore. Tampa Bay didn’t record a sack and let up a whopping 48 points in their blowout loss on Sunday. Joe Flacco torched the Buccaneers’ secondary for five touchdowns and he could have thrown for more if the Ravens didn’t take the foot off the gas. The Buccaneers defense is a mess right now. Don’t start them until further notice.
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As for points allowed the Bucs are the worst defense in the entire NFL! Great job coach and GM!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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